THE CURSE OF SACERDOZIO
a tale of judicial conspiracy
The Supremes, Book 1
Genre: Thriller / Suspense / Mystery
Date of Publication: June 1, 2017
Number of Pages: 275
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THESE HEALING HILLS
Genre: Historical Romance / Christian
Date of Publication: September 5, 2017
Number of Pages: 368
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Well, I know I haven’t done nearly as well as keeping you updated on the garden this year, my apologies. Here’s my first update, and here’s where things are now. Continue reading “#GardenWithJulia — Update 2”
#RockMyTBR (link) is a reading challenge hosted by Sarah K., The YA Book Traveler. Basically, the challenge is to read books that you already own that were published before the beginning of the year. I love this challenge. Even though I didn’t complete it last year, it was still fun to participate in and see what others were reading. Here’s my intro post for this year.
So how did I do in the month of April?
Altogether I read four books in April, and NONE of them were for #RockMyTBR.
Really, I thought I read more than that :-\
And really, I need to get hoppin’!
Are you participating in this or any other reading challenges? How are you doing?
I recently finished and reviewed A Darker Shade of Magic, and luckily the wait for the second installment, A Gathering of Shadows, wasn’t long! This time I read the ebook version instead of listening to the audiobook, borrowed from my library’s Overdrive. Continue reading “Review — A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab”
Hello, Julia here! Wow, I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to get this post up. It’s the end of April, and here’s what’s going on in my garden. Continue reading “#GardenWithJulia 2017 – Update”
THE GRAVE TENDER
Genre: Women’s Fiction / Psychological Suspense
Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
Date of Publication: April 11, 2017
Number of Pages: 248
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